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Genealogy Data Page 9 (Notes Pages)

Individuals marked with a red dot are direct ancestors of Karen Eilola
For privacy reasons, Date of Birth and Date of Marriage for persons believed to still be living are not shown.

Bennett, Austin (b. 22 JAN 1844, d. 5 NOV 1844)

Reference: 163

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Bennett, William (b. 5 AUG 1757, d. 1 JUN 1851)
Note: Was living in Bridgton as late as 1850 near Joseph Bennett
Reference: 164

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Flint, Lois (Louisa) (b. 11 MAY 1779, d. 21 NOV 1858)
Source: (Name)
Title: Ancestral File (R)
Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Publication: Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998

NAME Family History Library
ADDR 35 N West Temple Street
CONT Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA
Event: Type: Ancestral File Number
Place: HRG6-0C
Reference: 165

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Perry, Kenneth (Ken Or K. P) Lee (b. 4 MAY 1909, d. 4 FEB 1992)
Note: Owned Perry Excavating and Hidden Valley campground in Sturgis,MI. Also, had a home on Okeechobee Lake in Florida.
Moved to Klinger Lake in 1960 from place on Omena Lake and the address was 66086 Knollwood,Sturgis MI. They possibly still own a corner lot on Omena Lake but it is too swampy to build on. Carl Murphy was a friend of Ken's in Sturgis. Grandpa didn't like apple butter or cottage cheese. He had a lot of apple butter sandwiches in shcool, there wasn't much else he didn't like to eat. He used to tell Ruby that is was okay that it wasn't close to his heart when he would cut his finger or something and she wanted to bandage it.

Facts about this person:

Fact 1 February 04, 1992
Buried in Sturgis, Michigan

Oaklawn Cemetery, Sturgis MI

Social Security Number
Event: Type: Occcupation
Place: Owned Excavating Business
Reference: 166

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Severance, Lois (Ladybug) May (b. 8 OCT 1901, d. 4 AUG 1993)
Note: Nicknamed "Ladybug" by her father. Taught school at Park Street school-elementary art and music in Sturgis in 1930's on corner of Neuman and Park Streets, it was also in the 3rd Ward. Divorced from Kenneth in ? 1954 in St.Joe County.

Facts about this person:

Lakeside Cemetery, Colon, MI Farrand & Colon Roads
Event: Type: Occcupation
Place: Art & Music Tracher
Reference: 167
Cause: Cancer

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Severance, Rev. Lemuel (b. 24 JAN 1868, d. 16 JUN 1950)
Note: Facts about this person:

Fact 1 June 16, 1950
Buried in Walled Lake, Michigan

Fact 2
Baptist Minister,Teacher and Insurance Agent at Hastings,MIThe Lemuel Severance family lived at Walled Lake, Michigan.

Lenuel Severance was a Baptist Minister in Hastings, Michigan for may years.
Reference: 168

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unknown, (b. WFT Est 1570, d. ?)
Reference: 169

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Lissen, Margaret (b. WFT Est 1640, d. WFT Est 1714)
Note: Submission Search: 564530-092699220045
CD-ROM: Pedigree Resource File - Compact Disc #5
CD-ROM Features: Pedigree View, Family View, Individual View, Reports, Downloadable GEDCOM files, Notes and Sources.
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William B. LORD
2770 Northbrook Place Boulder, CO 80304-1432


Submission Search: 1381224-0729101155241
CD-ROM: Pedigree Resource File - Compact Disc #33
CD-ROM Features: Pedigree View, Family View, Individual View, Reports, Downloadable GEDCOM files, Notes and Sources.
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Reference: 170

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LaChapelle, Margaret Theresa(Maggie) (b. 14 JUN 1873, d. 10 JUN 1956)
Note: KMH:.. 11/24/93 - Agnes Dwyer Banks recalled that Maggie was her teacher for several years.
Event: Type: Occcupation
Place: Teacher
Reference: 171

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LaChapelle, Francis James(Frank) (b. 24 FEB 1876, d. 31 DEC 1947)
Note: MRM:.. 1910 Census states that two children were born of the marriage with Catherine McDonald, with none living.

In 1931 Frank moved into Harrisville with Nellie and the childrn turning over the farm to his rother-in-law, Percy Somers. Frank loved the out-of-doors and often spent months at a time in the woods. He was, in fact, at his hunting camp when he died.
Reference: 172

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LaChapelle, Charlotte Selena (Kate) (b. 1 SEP 1879, d. 16 JUN 1949)
Note: Kate LaChapelle grew up in Harrisville, Michigan and graduated from Harrisville High School in 1898. She attended Ferris Institute and Ypsilanti State Normal College. She taught school in Mikado, Lincoln, Spruce and Hubbard Lake Schools.
Reference: 173

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Chapelle, Ernest Henry (b. 27 SEP 1888, d. 4 APR 1953)
Note: Ernest Henry Chapelle graduated from Harrisville High School in 1905. He attended Ferris Institute; Western State Teachers College, AB; and, the University of Michigan, MA; member of Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Delta Kappa.

He was Superintendant of the Remus, Climax, Richland, Rockford, Charlotte, and Ypsilanti, Michigan school systems. An elementary school in Ypsilanti bears his name.

He was a member of the National Education Association; Rotary (President 1929, Secretary 1930-1935); Chamber of Commerce; Masons (R.A.M.; R. & S. M.; Knight Templar; Past Master 1913; Past High Priest 1929; Past TIM 1930).

Church: Methodist Episcopal - Party: Republican

KAC: 9 October 1995 - Family Bible of Frances Sarah LaChapelle lists name as Ernest Oberline; however, same lists death as Ernest H. Chapelle.
Reference: 174

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LaChapelle, Allice(or Alice) Sarah (b. 19 MAY 1885, d. 27 OCT 1894)
Note: Facts about this person:

Fact 1 1885
Died of "Fits" or drowning
Reference: 175

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Clark, Mary (b. , d. ?)
Reference: 176

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Sabina, (b. , d. ?)
Reference: 177

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LaChapelle, Alfred (b. 7 APR 1846, d. 13 JUL 1913)
Note: Housepainter MRM:..

Occupation: Painter - Insurance Agent

Came to Harrisville in 1855; living there for 17 years when he moved his family
to Alpena where lived until his death.

Funeral was held Saturday from the home of William Chapelle in Alpena, the
Rev. A. Cotter of the Baptist Church officiating.
Reference: 178

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LaChapelle, George William (b. 20 APR 1844, d. 8 FEB 1919)
Note: CarpenterMRM:.. 8/20/93

Occupation: Farmer - Cooper KMH:.. 9/20/93 also carpenter (1900 & 1910 census)

Church: Catholic

George W. LaChapelle was one of the first Deputy Sheriffs of the County; and,
helped to convey the first prisoner to the Alpena County Jail, then located in
Saginaw, Michigan.

He was elected as the first Sheriff of Alcona County in 1870 when Alcona County was separated from Alpena County. He served for two years as Sheriff.

He was a Justice of the Peace for thirty-five years after being elected in April 1911 for four more years. He was Postmaster in Harrisville for four years, appointed in 1893. He was Deputy State Game and Fish Warden for two years. He was a member of the Village Council of Harrisville for five years. After the town was incorporated as a City in 1905 he was elected as a member of the Board of Aldermen which office gave him a seat on the Board of Supervisors. He was Highway Commissioner for six years, and Street Commissioner. He was Coronor for eight years. A staunch Republican.

KAC:.. 9/10/93
From: A Centenial History, Saint Anne Parish, Harrisville, Michigan, 1966:..

Deed of Church Property from George W. LaChapelle to Frederick Baraga Catholic
Bishop of Maquette, dated 29 April 1867, recorded 6 May 1867, Liber C of Deeds
at page 350, Alpena County records.

Residence at death: 1219 Van Dyke, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan
Informant on Death Certificate: William F. LaChapelle, 670 Bewick, Detroit,
Wayne County, Michigan.

NEMGS Vol 3 No 4 Oct 1997
George W. LaChapelle was first postmaster of Barton City (Mud Lak) on 10 March 1887.
Reference: 179

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Nash, Thomas (b. APR 1681, d. BET 1740 AND 1742)
Reference: 180

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Thayer, Susannah (b. , d. 12 OCT 1749)
Reference: 181

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Redman, Samuel (b. 12 APR 1658, d. ?)
Reference: 182

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